The different Artistic Rendering views are a great way to visualize your house in 3d.
Video No. 15
Cross Section and Elevation cameras make it easy to dimension and position objects vertically.
Video No. 16
Save a camera view so you can go back and forth between it and the plan view without fear of losing the view.
Video No. 21
Glass houses views are a great way to visualize a model in 3D.
Video No. 909
You can apply backdrops and background colors to any 3d view.
Video No. 1554
You can capture a series of camera views and store them as a movie that you can play back later.
Video No. 1555
Chief Architect's orthographic and perspective view camera tools have been greatly enhanced for speed and performance optimization.
Video No. 1556
Learn about the role of your graphics card in Chief Architect.
Video No. 1557
Take a look at render preferences and how they affect render speeds.
Video No. 1558
In this video well take a look at how the model affects render generation speeds.
Video No. 1559
In this video we'll look at how we can use room lighting to increase our flexibility in drawing render views by leaving lights on in a room the camera is not in.
Video No. 1560
A sky model representing different atmospheric conditions can be used in your camera views instead of an image backdrop.
Video No. 5108
Take a look at the rendering and ray trace tools in Chief Architect
Video No. 5223
The cross section and elevation camera tools generate views that update as your make changes to your plan
Video No. 5478
You can create a CAD Detail from your cross sections to allow you full control over display of each line.
Video No. 5479
The Perspective Camera tools allow you to generate a wide variety of rendered and artistic views for presentation tools.
Video No. 5484
Save or export a 360 degree rendering to share your designs with your clients.
Video No. 403
Create Back Clipped Wall Elevation and control the display of the camera callout in Plan View
Video No. 1944
How to modify or import materials within your plan to enhance your scene.
Video No. 1949
Quickly add plan view shadow polylines to see how the structure will shade the property on any given day of the year.
Video No. 5320
Learn how to create a Walkthrough within Chief Architect home design software.
Video No. 10134
Learn how to use the Screen Capture tool to import images from websites and photos as custom materials. Use CAD tools to represent pattern lines for custom tile layouts and shapes that are not available as predefined patterns.
Video No. 10145
Learn about a new Bonus Catalog of Chevron and Herringbone materials, and how Normal Maps work within our Chief Architect Premier software.
Video No. 10153
Chief Architect makes it easy to change materials using an item's specification dialog or the Material Painter.
Video No. 36
You can create custom colors and materials using your own images or images from manufacturer websites.
Video No. 38
If you need to change the materials of several different components on an object, you can group select the items and change them all at once saving tons of time!
Video No. 63
How to apply materials to cabinets
Video No. 1541
Choose from either LIbrary Materials or existing Plan Materials when using the Material Painter
Video No. 5308
Set cabinet face items vertically and horizontally in a single cabinet and additional controls for hardware placement
Video No. 5313
Modify and change material assignments to all types of objects in a 3D camera view.
Video No. 5438
Learn how to add and use your own custom materials. We'll cover tiling a material and stretching a material in our bathroom design.
Video No. 10032
Add sunlight streaming through your windows in your render and ray traced views using the sun angle tools.
Video No. 10158
Change materials for deck and stair elements to match in camera views.
Video No. 369
Like floor plan view, what displays in 3D views is determined by the active layer set.
Video No. 904